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Biogas reforming using renewable wind energy and induction heating

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Biogas reforming using renewable wind energy and induction heating
Abstract

•A novel induction heating system has been used to perform biogas reforming.•Induction heating system demonstrated a rapid heating rate.•A combination of catalysis with wind power for a greener process was demonstrated.•Dry and steam reforming of methane reactions were compared.

While the benefits of renewable energy are well known and used to influence government policy there are a number of problems which arise from having significant quantities of renewable energies on an electricity grid. The most notable problem stems from their intermittent nature which is often out of phase with the demands of the end users. This requires the development of either efficient energy storage systems, e.g. battery technology, compressed air storage etc. or through the creation of demand side management units which can utilise power quickly for manufacturing operations. Herein a system performing the conversion of synthetic biogas to synthesis gas using wind power and an induction heating system is shown. This approach demonstrates the feasibility of such techniques for stabilising the electricity grid while also providing a robust means of energy storage. This exemplar is also applicable to the production of hydrogen from the steam reforming of natural gas.

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Keywords
Biogas; Induction heating; Reforming; Perovskites; Wind power
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Today - Volume 242, Part A, 15 March 2015, Pages 129–138
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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